You need two tokens to use the API - the api token in the plugin section ('admin/configure-plugin/pluginAPI') = the api token - this is used to request pages and page details. The other is the authenticated user token ('admin/edit-user/admin') /...
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I had a problem with logs being generated by crontab not being accessible by my server user. The reason was that the crontab was being run by the ec2-user and the apache user is the user the web application uses to access an hit logs and such on...
Running into issues with Storage logs being denied. Tried this
sudo chown -R $USER:apache storage
Explained here https://stackoverflow.com/questions/23411520/how-to-fix-error-laravel-log-could-not-be-opened...